AIBE 2019 Preparation: The All India Bar Examination (AIBE XIV) is scheduled for 25 August 2019. The AIBE is not like the other law exam conducted in the country, it is an open book exam. Students are allowed to take study material along during the exam. They can look for the answers from the study material or books in the examination hall.
The AIBE XIV exam will be conducted in the month of August 2019 that means students have very less time to prepare and clear the exam. The students who wish to prepare best for the exam should know AIBE XIV Syllabus, AIBE Exam Pattern And Eligibility Criteria. Aspirants can read this article, as we have shared some key preparation points of the examination that candidates have to focus on.
AIBE 2019 Preparation Tips
Aware of AIBE Syllabus
The first step would be to analyse and note down the syllabus of AIBE XIV. The syllabus of AIBE keeps updating from time to time, thus, it is very important to keep yourself updated with the syllabus of AIBE 2019. The subjects that comprise the AIBE question paper are –
Administrative Law, Alternative Dispute Redressal including Arbitration Act, Code of Civil Procedure, Company Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Procedure Code, Cyber Law, Environmental Law, Evidence Act, Family Law, Indian Penal Code, Intellectual Property Laws, Labour and Industrial Laws, Land Acquisition Act, Law of Contract, Specific Relief, Property Laws, Negotiable Instrument Act, Law of Tort, including Motor Vehicle Act and Consumer Protection Law, Law related to Taxation, Professional Ethics and Cases of Professional Misconduct under BCI rules, Public Interest Litigation.
Focus on the subjects that carry Maximum Marks
You require a minimum of 40% marks to pass the AIBE examination, if you analyse the syllabus of AIBE XIV 2019, the maximum number of questions are asked from seven subjects. If you prepare for these seven subjects, you complete 60% of the AIBE syllabus. So focus on these first as they have the maximum weightage.
Below given table shows the subjects that carry the maximum marks in AIBE examination 2019 –
|S.no||Subject / Topic||Number of Questions expected in AIBE XIV|
|1.||Code of Civil Procedure||10|
|3.||Criminal Procedure Code||10|
|6.||Indian Penal Code||8|
|7.||Law of Contract, Specific Relief, Property Laws, Negotiable Instrument Act||8|
Now that you have completed at least 60% of the AIBE syllabus, you are ready to practice the mock tests. Remember, preparing for AIBE 2019 is not about mugging up laws and rules, but it is about finding the answer in the least amount of time and with high accuracy. So use the reference material that you have prepared for the final examination. After appearing for a mock, work on the shortcomings of the reference material. Accordingly, add or subtract data from the reference material.
Previous Year’s Question Papers
Get yourself familiarize with the previous year’s question paper and make notes of your observations. These question papers will help you to get an idea of the type of questions that can be asked in the examination.
Carry good Material Plan
All India Bar Examination is an open book examination so, if you choose the right reference material for the day of the examination, you can easily clear the same in your first attempt. Use the notes you made on your analysis of the question papers to pick the right carrying material.
You can take printouts of notes for only those sections, judgements, etc that you find useful this will simplify things on the day of examination.
Start Preparing for the Examination
The last step to the “how to prepare for AIBE 2019” puzzle, is preparing for the remaining subjects. Once your foundation is strong, you can start building on it. The remaining 12 subjects comprise 40 % of the AIBE syllabus. Complete this portion at the end. Simultaneously keep solving the mock tests.
Best of luck for AIBE 2019 Preparation 🙂
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